Can wiiware be installed on a usb for the usb loader?

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  1. XxSupaxX
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    I was just wondering because I want some wiiware games on my usb laoder cause my laptop that I ca use sd card with it broke so I'm stuck with a desktop
     
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    It's very hard, but if only the laptop sd card slot is broken simply copy and install the wads using the usb hdd!
     
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    hmm do I make a folder called wad? or just copy and paste it in the usb drive? cause I'm thinking I have to use the wad manager
     
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    Create a folder called wad. Put the wads in there. When you launch WAD Manager, select USB as the source.
     
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    I created a wad folder and tried it but it still shows up a error
     
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    Which wad manager and what IOS have you tried?
     
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    I have 1.7 and I was trying the Swords and Soldier.wad file
     
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    WHICH IOS, that's the important thing, you must select a IOS in the wad manager, which one have you used now?
    Which error do you have?
     
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    I use iso 249 and the error shows up is something like rek=1 or something
     
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    Do you have this error when trying to mount the USB HDD? The hdd must be formatted to FAT32 and you must select usb 2.0 mass storage to mount. If the drive is not FAT32, use a USB flash drive for install it.
     
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    thats what I'm using a flash drive cause I can use it for worms perfectly yet can'y get the wiiware to work >.>
    Also the flash drive is in fat32
     
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    Maybe you've selected usb mass storage and not usb 2.0 mass storage? Try it, it will work then.
     
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    Same problem mate sorry for the late response xD
    I'll just wait to get my laptop fixed
     
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    So any help anyone?
    I thank you for trying to help fix94
     
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    the error that shows is 'ret=1'
     
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    C-C-Combo Breaker.
    Why not use WiiExplorer or FTPii to send the files over your network to your SD card if you're having issues with your HDD?
     

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